Interactive Displays

WEBCAST: How Can Interactive Displays Beef Up Your Workplace Best Practices?

by Chelsea Barone

It’s no longer news that the workplace is changing. Innovative companies are pulling out all the stops to showcase exactly how forward thinking they are to both their customers and their staff. A key component of this transformation is, of course, adopting and integrating leading collaboration technology like interactive displays.


Without the right collaboration tools in place, embracing growing workplace trends like remote work and digitalization become very difficult, arguably impossible. In turn, workplace productivity, employee retention, and customer retention can be negatively affected. In fact, according to a Forrester study commissioned by Prysm, 83 percent of information workers said they can be productive with the right collaboration tools regardless of location. Seventy-one percent of respondents from the same survey said they would be somewhat or much more likely to remain at their company if investments were made in a modern, digital collaboration solution.

Translation: interactive, intuitive collaboration technology = good; stagnant/slow approach to new technology integration = bad. But as marketers, we know it’s always better to show instead of tell. This is why in our first ever ModMark Infocast, Modern Marketing Today contributor Peter Jacobs speaks with Prysm’s Director of Strategic Engagement Darrin Brooks and AVI-SPL’s Sales Director Bill Schmidt about a few business best practices that are strengthened through the implementation of interactive displays.

The conversation takes place on Prysm’s interactive platform in order to do justice to the key differences between a more advanced collaboration technology approach and a more traditional collaboration approach, all while explaining best practices that are strengthened in the process.

You can watch the whole webcast here and learn more about how collaboration technology like interactive displays can fit into your business strategy.